Tied for the U.S. Open lead, Hunter Mahan was on cruise control.
So? I hit driver off every tee.
Maybe the biggest criticism of this year's U.S. Open is the length of the par-3s. And Hunter Mahan's frustration was caught by NBC cameras after he was forced to use a driver on the third hole. After his tee shot on the 266-yard hole, Mahan can be heard saying "I just hit a fing driver on a par-3" (0:06 mark of the video below)... Show More Summary
Steve Stricker leads the WGC-Cadillac Championship at 8-under, but he has a star-studded group chasing him. Graeme McDowell, Tiger Woods, Bubba Watson, Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Hunter Mahan, Rickie Fowler, Jason Dufner...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods has completed his first round at the 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship and he's off to a strong start at Doral, finishing 6-under for a current share of the lead with Hunter Mahan, Dustin Johnson, and Fredrik Jacobson. Much like Torrey Pines earlier this year, this is a layout where Woods has a consistent track record of success. Show More Summary
In the PGA world of polos, khakis, and "BE QUIET!," it is amazing that the tour has its own Boy Band called the "The Golf Boys," comprised of Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Ben Crane, and Hunter Mahan. Well, after their debut video hit YouTube more than a year ago, they are back with a follow-up called "2.Oh," which I guess we can call a rap song. Show More Summary
There’s a new Golf Boys video because, well, of course there is. Ben Crane, Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan offer an encore to “Oh Oh Oh,” which dropped nearly two years ago, with the aptly if repetitively named … Continue reading ?
Professional golfers Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan – otherwise known as the "Golf Boys" – are back with a new video in an effort to raise awareness about the world's clean water crisis.
Don't call it a comeback. PGA pros Ben Crane, Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan's latest "Golf Boys" video is ace. More About: Golf, Sports
It was almost two years ago that the Golf Boys—a group consisting of PGA pros Bubba Watson, Hunter Mahan, Ben Crane, and Rickie Fowler—released "Oh Oh Oh" onto the world. Their follow up, cleverly titled "2.Oh," sees the Golf Boys taking a huge leap forward in production value while bringing the white-golfers-rapping game to the next level. More »
I'm not really sure where to go with this. As a follow up to their "hit" 2012 single "Oh Oh Oh", the Bubba Watson, Hunter Mahan, Rickie Fowler and Ben Crane boy band "Golf Boys" released their newest effort Monday morning: "2.Oh". For those counting at home, that's at least 11 player name drops in the song. Show More Summary
Well, it's happened. The "Golf Boys" are at it again, and this time, I just... I don't know. The lines are clever? The outfits are creative? It's... musical? I will say this about any of these videos; love them or hate them, all we ever ask from professional athletes is that they show a little personality. Show More Summary
Strong performances by Matt Kuchar and Hunter Mahan at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Invitational in Arizona launched both into the top three of the money list for the young golf season. Kuchar got $1.5 million for his 2 and 1 win over Mahan in the finals, bumping him from 23rd place on the list to the No. Show More Summary
After defeating Hunter Mahan in the final round of the 2013 Accenture Match Play Championship, Matt Kuchar made quite the leap in the FedEx Cup Standings. Surpassing Phil Mickelson, Kuchar now sits at No. 2 overall in the rankings with...Show More Summary
Matt Kuchar finally takes home the Accenture Match Play Championship title Matt Kuchar took revenge for his defeat against Hunter Mahan in the quarter final of the 2012 Accenture Match Play Championship, by defeating his fellow American...Show More Summary
Matt Kuchar continued his impressive run as one of the best American golfers in the world on Sunday afternoon in Arizona, beating Hunter Mahan in the finals of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. Kuchar, who has yet to win a major,...Show More Summary
The finals of the 2013 WGC-Accenture Match Play have hit the turn and defending champion Hunter Mahan will have to get to work quickly on making up a 4-hole deficit to Matt Kuchar. Mahan had not trailed in a match since early in the first round of last year's WGC Match Play event, but Kuchar put him in the hole by No. Show More Summary
The 2013 WGC-Accenture Match Play has featured plenty of high seeded American golfers being "upset" and bowing out early. But on Sunday afternoon at Dove Mountain, it will be two American PGA Tour regulars who are fighting for the first WGC title of the 2013 season. Show More Summary
Hunter Mahan defends his title this week at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. (Allison) THE 2013 WGC-ACCENTURE MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP begins on Wednesday in the Arizona desert not far from Tucson. Sixty-four of the world’s finest golfers tee it up at Dove Mountain. Show More Summary
After several weeks of multi-shot, runaway winners on Tour, the final stretch at Riviera features a bunched up leaderboard at the top. John Merrick is currently the leader at 11-under, holding a one-shot margin over other players. More:...Show More Summary